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Celebrity recital of Invictus poem
As official supporters of the Invictus Games, PwC is showcasing the evocative Invictus poem as recited by some famous faces.
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General Data Protection Regulation - our view on the key components in the GDPR.
Stewart Room, Global Head of Data Protection at PwC Legal, discusses the new General Data Protection Regulation and its impacts for entities and citizens. For further information: http://pwc.blogs.com/data_protection/
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Megatrends: 5 global shifts changing the way we live and do business
Watch our latest video on the Megatrends as David Lancefield, Partner, PwC, gives an overview on how the Megatrends are shaping business and society today and in the future, and how foresight and tapping into these Megatrends is critical. For more information: For more information please go to www.pwc.co.uk/megatrends
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This is Me - PwC people share their mental health stories
Our This is Me campaign was created to mark World Mental Health Day 2016. We are one of 50 companies taking part in this initiative, run by the Lord Mayor's appeal team.
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PwC's business model and strategy
How do we think about our business and role in society? Take a look at this animation that describes what we are, our vision for clients, and our ambition to be the iconic professional services firm. http://www.pwcannualreport.co.uk
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Megatrends - What is a megatrend and why do they matter?
Watch the first in our series of UK films as David Lancefield, Partner, PwC, gives an overview on how the Megatrends are shaping business and society today and how they will affect everybody's future
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What is AIFMD?
Rob Mellor will discuss the instruction of the alternative investment fund managers directive on the 22nd July 2013 or AIFMD as it is known
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Winning in the digital age
The impact of "digital," driven by emerging technologies and changing customer behaviour has required organisations to develop new business models and capabilities to compete and thrive in today's digitally-enabled world. This video shows why businesses don't need a digital strategy, they need a business strategy for the digital age. For more information please go to:pwc.co.uk/consulting
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Megatrends - Rapid urbanisation
The rise of the city, what does it mean and is it sustainable? Leo Johnson, Partner, PwC, looks at these questions and more in the second in our series of megatrends.
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Megatrends - Shift in global economic power
How are emerging and frontier markets affecting today's global economy, and what does it mean for the future? Watch John Hawksworth, Chief Economist, PwC, in our fourth megafilm.
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An interview with Will Butler-Adams, CEO of Brompton Bicycles
We spoke to Will Butler-Adams, CEO of Brompton Bicycles to hear his views on the global economy, company purpose, the importance of people and measuring and communicating success. Watch the video to find out what he had to say.
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MiFID II for the UK banking industry
In this short video with Munib, he outlines the main points from his presentation, including: The wider regulatory reform agenda The implications MiFID II will have for banks What PwC are seeing in the market now Read the full report at: http://www.pwc.co.uk/banking-capital-markets/issues/mifid_ii-for-the-UK-banking-industry.jhtml
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PwC, technology and the future of assurance
PwC's Head of Assurance James Chalmers talks to Gilly Lord, a Partner in our assurance business, about the huge changes that new technology and new thinking are bringing to audit and assurance. To see our Annual Report visit http://www.pwcannualreport.co.uk
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BEPS: Interest deductions and other financial payments
The next in our BEPS video series looks at the key issues coming out of action four of the OECD BEPS project looking at interest deductibility. We’ll give you an overview into both the content of the paper but more importantly into the practical implications coming out of the recommendations. Our international tax specialists discuss what you need to consider now and steps you can take to better understand what is required.
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Women in Tech at PwC
Some of our women working in tech talk about their roles, what a tech career involves, and why more women should consider working in the industry. For further information: https://www.pwc.co.uk/womenintech
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What is Business Recovery Services?
Whether a company has gone from thriving to surviving an imminent crisis, or is just looking to “fix the roof while the sun is shining”, we can support management teams to: - reduce balance sheet stress - generate cash and reduce costs - increase profitability - refinance and find the best source of capital to support business objectives - reduce long term pensions and other liability costs Whatever the solution, we stand by your side pre-empting and managing road blocks until the job is done. For more information please go to: http://www.pwc.co.uk/business-recovery
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An interview with Steve Foots, CEO of Croda International
We spoke to Steve Foots, CEO of Croda International to hear his views on growth in the age of uncertainty, culture, company purpose and technology . Watch the video to find out what he had to say. Find out more here: www.pwc.co.uk/ceosurvey Transcript Steve Foot, CEO, Croda On growth in the age of uncertainty I think in the slow growth world we're living in now, we have to accept that the new level of demand is different from five years ago and it's probably going to be like this for the next three years. It brings more competition, there's more fragmentation around our markets too and because of that we have to work harder to find the growth. For example for Croda, a lot of our business model is around innovation, so we have to keep innovation developing at pace and we have to understand our customers much more than we've ever done because their need is so important that we have to satisfy that to develop the growth. Yes, I think that they all won't grow at the same pace, but we could point to China which is one of the fastest growing areas for Croda and it has been for the last three or four years. We would expect that to continue in the next few years. But also we can point to India and Indonesia in Asia, some of the fastest growing areas of the world for Croda and also South Africa, Brazil, Mexico. And part of Croda's strategy has been to make sure that we invest in research and development in these markets. So we've put small laboratories in a lot of those countries I've just mentioned. And all of that is to try and capture that local demand and get that customer intimacy, so we're connected more with the local customers there. On culture Cultural challenges in organisations like Croda are always there. I think one of the big challenges we have is scale because when we grow and we get bigger, how do we keep the culture that we've already got and harness that in a more positive way. And it's easy to break cultures if you're not careful and that tends to come from acquisitions more than anything else or faster organic growth. I think culture is one thing, but the values sit above that in my mind. And we have to make the right judgement calls on things and we have to be down to earth and family spirited and innovate like crazy. And I think when you go around and touch the organisation broadly, you do see that everywhere you go. The challenge in five years time is we're bigger, will you see that and that's something that occupies a lot of my mind. But as long we keep our departments relatively small, so we're breaking the company down all the time into micro businesses then I think we stand probably the best chance of protecting that culture. On company purpose The purpose of an organisation? In Croda, it's pretty straightforward. To innovate and have fun is the overriding metric and I mean that in a deep way. Fun for people in the organisation, we want people to drive to work feeling that they have a smile on their face, they're contributing, going back from work the same, thinking about their business. I think underneath that of course, the most important thing is that we're adding value to our customers. And what we mean by that in specialty chemicals terms is we offer our customers something different that they need and they want, but they can't get that from anybody else. And that's crucial to us. So it's one thing innovating, but if your customers don't want it then you're wasting your time. So that's at the heart of our purpose. And we took a decision just under two years ago, to change the organisation structure. And our issue was around customers are getting more complex to deal with and what I mean by that is they're getting more international. So the purchasing group of one customer could be in one country, R&D group in another country and perhaps production in a third country. And those countries could be over three continents. How do you get your organisation aligned fully to the customers and getting your arm around individual customers? And we have thousands of international customers. On technology And I think sitting above this is digitalisation. Digitalisation has transformed our industry, particularly if I look at personal care, where more and more customers now, small and medium-sized customers are becoming more influential because of digitalisation. You know, they're allowed to market their products through social media at a drop of an eyelid, quickly, spontaneously and they're responding to that in a way that we haven't seen before. This is creating a lot of opportunities for what we call these regional dynamos and these are emerging customers in different regions that are fast becoming global players. And it's occupying a lot of the mindset of the multinationals because it's causing a lot of headaches. So a lot of these regional players are starting to take more and more business.
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This is Me: faith and culture
Our latest This is Me video looks at some of our people’s experiences of mental health issues within different cultures and communities. Members of our faith networks share their stories to encourage more conversations about mental wellbeing, to help tackle taboos and ensure that people get the support they need.
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Megatrends - Climate change and resource scarcity
Watch the third in our series of megafilms as Jon Williams, Partner, PwC and Will Day, Sustainability Advisor, PwC, look at changing climates and the rising demand for resources.
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Treasury Talk: Foreign exchange risk management
Nick Axton and Rob Waddington present the first in the series of Treasury Talk hot topic briefings, examining foreign exchange risk management. For more information please go to: http://www.pwc.co.uk/treasury-advisory
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World in beta - Empowerment redefined
Aleks Krotoski sets the scene on the importance of empowerment and Carlo Gagliardi from PwC distinguishes between the old and new versions of empowerment in a world in beta
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Hear from our higher apprentices
Three of our higher apprentices give you an insight into why they joined PwC and what they value about working here. For more information: www.pwcannualreport.co.uk
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How is country risk affecting your business?
Naz Naini and Rob Vaughan talk about the quarter one 2013 update to our country risk map. They explore how the UK's budget, civil unrest in Africa and the financial turmoil in Cyprus is affecting how businesses are affected by country risk. For more information please go to: http://www.pwc.co.uk/the-economy/issues/country-risk-premia-quarterly-update.jhtml
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Social media success through governance and risk management
Phil Mennie and Paul Smith discuss the opportunities for organisations to harness the power of social media through good governance and risk management. For more information, please visit: pwc.to/K89vsI
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Building our blueprint for 7 More London
Sustainability means rethinking how we create value for everyone, today and in the future. At PwC, we're building a blueprint for better business that places sustainability centre stage. That's meant rethinking the way we design and run our offices. We've created this video so that you can find out more about how the features of our stunning new building at 7 More London make it one of the most sustainable workplaces in Europe - for our clients, our people and our communities. Read the full report at: http://www.pwc.co.uk/eng/aboutus/corporatesustainability/7morelondon.html
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Open Mind
To learn more, please visit http://www.pwc.co.uk/openmind Diversity is critical to PwC’s business and sustaining its leading market position depends on unlocking the innovation and potential of all employees. By focusing on valuing difference and inclusive leadership, it will help us to build a strong, diverse talent pipeline. This film traces the journey of equality and sets out the business case for change. Every one of us has a personal responsibility to make change happen and to build a future that is fair and inclusive. With special thanks to Simon Callow for kindly narrating this film. Reference sources: PwC Megatrends, PwC CEO Survey 2015, Global Gender Balance Scorecard Report (20-first.com), 30percentclub.org/\
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An interview with Stephen Kelly, CEO of Sage
We spoke to Stephen Kelly, CEO of Sage to hear his views on the global economy, technology, the role of government and the wider purpose of business . Watch the video to find out what he had to say.
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Are you prepared for GDPR?
The changes to the GDPR will come into force in May this year. This video provides a summary of what you need to know and where to find additional information to have your business prepared for the changes. For further information: https://www.pwc.co.uk/GDPRreadiness / https://www.sage.com/GDPR
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Facing the future of risk - Managing business risk to take opportunities and grow
Financial Services businesses rise, fall or run on the spot by their ability to price and manage risk. Unlike almost any other sector, their business is risk. Manage that risk well, and they take their opportunities and grow, confidently and responsibly. Do it badly and they boom and bust, stagnate, or cause more pronounced shocks to the real economy. For more information visit our website: http://www.pwc.co.uk/industries/financial-services/regulation/facing-the-future-of-risk.html
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Intelligent Data Framework
It's important to effectively integrate and standardise your business data. Adrian Hughes, Director at PwC, outlines how PwC's Intelligent Data Framework could help you and your business. For further information: https://www.pwc.co.uk/data-analytics.html
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Highlights of PwC UK’s Deals practice in 2015
We have more people involved in the execution of deals than any other organisation in the world. This video describes a year of activity in Deals, Forensics and Business Recovery. To see our Annual Report visit http://www.pwcannualreport.co.uk
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2015 Annual Law firms' survey
Kate Wolstenholme, our UK Business Services Leader, talks through the findings of this year 's survey report which sees a recovering UK market, but with remaining economic challenges for global firms. Find out more here: http://www.pwc.co.uk/lfs The strength of sterling against the euro has taken its toll on many, particularly when coupled with some difficult trading conditions in the Eurozone. In the UK, the survey shows a somewhat disappointing performance from the Top 10 firms, whilst at the same time a resurgent Top 11-25 who seem to have re-focused their strategic intent. For more information please visit: http://www.pwc.co.uk/lfs
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The Girls’ Education Challenge (GEC)
The Girls’ Education Challenge(GEC) is one of PwC’s largest programmes with the UK Department for International Development (DFID). The GEC aims to support up to a million marginalised girls improve their access to a quality education in some of the poorest countries in the world. In April 2015, David Armstrong and Jack McMahon from PwC in the UK visited Uganda as part of the GEC’s annual review process. The team filmed 3 out of the 6 projects operating in Uganda and asked to hear the stories of the girls directly impacted by their activities. The outcome was this short video which demonstrates some of the impact the GEC is having through the voices of the girls benefitting from the programme.
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Making executive pay work: The psychology of incentives
There is an emerging consensus, at least in Western economies, that there is something deeply flawed about the current model of executive pay. Executive pay has risen dramatically over a period when, in hindsight, the Western economic model has not been at its most successful. Surely something must be wrong? Read the full report at: http://www.pwc.co.uk/human-resource-services/publications/making-executive-pay-work.jhtml
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Are you looking Disruption in the eye? Your future is now
Today sees the launch of the first phase of our new Disruption campaign - 'Look disruption in the eye: your future is now'. New technologies, and the new operating models that harness them, are leading businesses into future scenarios where the ‘official plan’ no longer applies. Our disruption team can help clients to map the landscape of disruption, scan the horizon for ‘weak signals’ and enhance strategic agility. We are encouraging our clients to ‘look disruption in the eye’. Please visit our webpage https://www.pwc.co.uk/issues/intelligent-digital/disruptive-innovation-emerging-technology.html
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The Impact of the US Tax Reform
UK business with a US footprint will be impacted by the US tax reform, which includes a lower corporate tax rate and a broad range of cross border provisions. For further information, please visit https://pwc.to/2BQhcmL
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Beyond Brexit - Time to act: What would a Brexit 'No Deal' mean for business?
With the EU encouraging people to make contingency plans for a ‘no deal’ scenario and no major breakthroughs in the negotiations in time for the June summit of the EU, there's increasing imperative to consider the impacts of a ‘no deal’ Brexit scenario, including the move to World Trade Organisation (WTO) Rules. PwC's Phil Brown examines what a 'no deal' Brexit would mean for businesses. Find out more: https://www.pwc.co.uk/Brexit
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Social media governance
With the explosion of data created through social media, it is fast becoming one of the most essential tools a business can have. PwC's Phil Mennie, social media governance leader, talks through how PwC can help your business create a tailored approach to your social media strategy. For further information: https://www.pwc.co.uk/data-analytics
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Why we’re proud to be PwC: Six stories from our people
From running a hotel in Barbados, to enabling women through economic means or being supported through a major health scare, six of our people share their stories of why they are Proud to be PwC. To see our Annual Report visit http://www.pwcannualreport.co.uk
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Data Governance
For confidence and trust in your data you need the right data governance in place. Richard Petley, Data Governance Lead at PwC talks through the issues you may be facing and how we, at PwC, can make sure effective data governance is at the heart of your business. For further information: https://www.pwc.co.uk/data-analytics.html
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Data and Analytics - Today and Tomorrow
A short film showing how the world of data is changing and how organisations can seize the opportunities that data and analytics offer. For more information, please visit www.pwc.co.uk/data-analytics
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Cities of Opportunity 7 – London retains the top spot
London retains the top slot as a centre for business, commerce and culture in PwC’s latest Cities of Opportunity index of 30 major global cities. London performs strongly across a range of indicators including economic clout, intellectual capital and innovation and is the leading city gateway. As the world’s City of Opportunity, it’s easy to see why we’re all Passionate about London. For further information, go to www.pwc.co.uk/citiesofopportunity
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PwC's sustainability strategy and its achievements in 2015
How do we build an environmentally sustainable business? Director of Corporate Sustainability Bridget Jackson explains key aspects of our strategy and shares some highlights from 2015. To see our Annual Report visit http://www.pwcannualreport.co.uk
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PwC UK's financial highlights for the year to June 2017
Warwick Hunt, our Chief Operating Officer and Managing Partner - International, presents the financial highlights for PwC UK for the year to June 2017
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2016 Annual Law Firms' Survey
David Snell, head of our Law Firms advisory group, and Kate Wolstenholme, our UK Business Services leader, take a look the findings of our 25th anniversary survey report which is set against a backdrop of significant uncertainty in both the UK and the global economy, particularly following the EU referendum. As well as the current year's results, this anniversary edition considers the results from previous years and, in our new 'Firm of the future' section, looks at the challenges law firms are likely to face in the future. For more information and to register for the full report please visit: http://www.pwc.co.uk/lfs
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Megatrends - Technological breakthroughs
In the fifth of our megafilms, David Doyle, Partner, PwC, looks at the changing face of technology. What has been the impact of digital and what does the future hold?
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Megatrends - Demographic and social change
Africa's population is expected to double by 2050, while Europe's should shrink. Jon Andrews and Celine Herweijer look at these issues and more in our sixth megafilm.
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Major Programmes - More like an enterprise than a project
In spite of the large number of Major Programmes and their size and frequency, performance has been and continues to be strikingly poor with only 1 in 1000 delivering the benefits promised, on time and to budget. This new approach to major programme management brings PwC’s expertise in programme and enterprise management, Oracle's tailored suite of products and The University of Oxford’s thought leadership and structured learning on major programmes into focus.
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Jeremy Dalton - spreading the word about virtual reality
As Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality leader for our Consulting business, Jeremy is excited by the influence these technologies will have on both our personal and business lives in the future. He explains how Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality will allow us to interact with the world in a completely different way and how we’re helping clients understand what’s coming in the future through our disruption proposition. Finally, Jeremy shares his excitement at being seated next to Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on Apollo 11.
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The 2014 UK Corporate Governance Code: monitoring and review of risk management and internal control
PwC's Mark O'Sullivan and Matt Elkington discuss the requirement for boards to monitor and review risk management and internal controls.
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